Liverpool Legends

Liverpool Legends Video Series

Two Young Boys in Overalls200Liverpool Public Library produces a local history video series called Liverpool Legends.  These videos feature long-time residents of Liverpool and the surrounding area who share their stories and recollections of the events that have shaped our community. New additions to the series are currently in production.  The videos are available for loan on DVD in the Media section of the library. To borrow one from our collection, search the library catalog for the Liverpool Legends series.

You can find a complete list, and order copies for your own collection at .

Indexed video clips online at the Liverpool Legends collection pages on Internet Archive.


View clips, now available online, from the Liverpool Legends videos:

Lina Loomis interviews RobertAlbro, World War II veteran of the Army Signal Corps, who shares his experiences in Africa, Italy, France and Germany.
View more Robert Albro video clips.

Frank Selinski was the last living willow craftsman from Liverpool. While weaving a willow egg basket Mr. Selinski talks about salt making, the willow industry and growing up in Liverpool.
View more Frank Selinski video clips.

 Six members of Liverpool's Hurst family recall the family's involvement in Liverpool's willow industry, ice boats, trolley cars, Long Branch Park and more.
View more Hurst Family video clips.

View more Liverpool Willow Museum video clips.

View more Across the Lake: A Visit to Onondaga Lake's Amusement Parks video clips.

View more The Salt Industry in Liverpool video clips.

View more The Story of Ste. Marie among the Iroquois video clips.

View more Helen Heid Platner video clips.

View more Ione Masters video clips.

View more Crandall Melvin, Jr. video clips.

View more Ken Wentworth video clips.

View more Glenn Burdick, The 20s video clips.
View more Glenn Burdick, The 30s video clips.
View more Glenn Burdick, The 40s video clips.

View more Betty Gurnett video clips.